Fate of Mindanao railway up to next administration – BusinessWorld Online

By Arjay L. Balinbin, Senior Reporter THE Transportation department on Wednesday said it will now be up to the next administration to start constructing the Mindanao railway project, as the government has yet to receive from China a shortlist of bidders for the design-and-build contract. “Since we haven’t received the shortlist of the design-build contractors … Read more

Travelport Adds Features, Launches AA NDC Content in N. America | Business Travel News

Travelport has updated its Travelport Plus platform to include new self-service and automation features, and it also has gone live with New Distribution Capability content from American Airlines in North America, the company announced. The latest update to the platform, which is replacing Apollo, Galileo and Worldspan as Travelport’s eventual sole global distribution system, includes … Read more

Perseverance Mars rover figures out how devils and winds fill the Red Planet’s skies with dust

Large amounts of dust that help give the Red Planet Mars its butterscotch-pink sky is being blown into the atmosphere by whirling dust devils and occasional but powerful gusts of wind, NASA’s Perseverance rover has found. “The gust-driven lifting that Perseverance has detected in Jezero crater are the first really definitive dust-lifting event that we’ve … Read more

Washington Post promotes Finn to senior editor for international investigations – Talking Biz News

Peter Finn The following excerpt was sent out from The Washington Post’s foreign editor Doug Jehl: We are very happy to announce that Peter Finn will become senior editor for international investigations, a new leadership position aimed at elevating our ability to produce distinctive and consequential international journalism. As the highly accomplished leader of The … Read more